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Faith Development: High School

Our High School Ministry exists to help our youth have a personal relationship with Jesus and feel God's power in their lives. We see this happen through connection: connecting students to God, their peers, and to mentors. Check out what's happening in the High School Ministry right now and find a place to connect!

Student Leader Team (SLT)
Student Youth Leaders help plan youth events, retreats, mission trips, and Bible studies! We meet approximately 3 - 4 times a semester. If you are a current 10th - 12th grader interested in being a Student Youth Leader, contact Hannah Flack, 672.4157.

Upcoming Events

Student Leadership Team (SLT) Training: Sunday, April 30, 5:30 - 7:00 PM, Graham Library
This monthly offering is for our High School SLT’s to have leadership training with Rev. Kellie Wilson, the Diocese Canon for Christian Formation and Leadership Development. 

United Way’s Hands on Greenville (HOG Day): Saturday, May 6, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Christ Church will join forces with over 8,000 other volunteers for HOG Day! The Christ Church youth will be working in the Sterling Community.
Contact Hannah Flack, 672.4157, to register and with questions. Waiver forms are required for all participants: Youth Waiver and Permission Form and the Sterling Waiver Form.

High School Senior Sunday: Sunday, May 7, 10:30 AM, All Saints Worship Space
High school seniors will be honored during the 10:30 AM worship service on Sunday, May 7. Seniors and their families are invited to a breakfast that morning at 9:00 AM. HS Seniors eat free, additional family members pay $8/person. Find out more details here. Seniors who wish to participate and/or have their names included in the service program need to complete and return this form by April 23. Families can register for the breakfast here.

Youth VBS Volunteers Needed! Deadline to register to help: Monday, May 8
Youth (rising 6th graders to current 12th graders) are invited to help lead our superhero-themed traditional Vacation Bible School (for rising K4 - 3rd graders). VBS will be June 12 - 16 from 9:00 AM until 12 noon in the Parish House. Youth and parents should register online by Monday, May 8.

High School Costa Rica Mission Trip: July 22 - 30
We are going to Costa Rica! This mission is designed for 9th - 12th grade students who want to share the love of Jesus with those in another country. We are partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Costa Rica. Contact
Hannah Flack, 672.4157 with questions. Information can be found here. Registration deadline has passed.

Parents, Teachers, and Youth Volunteers!
Join us at the CCES Cavalier Training Center this summer to become Safe Church certified through the Diocesan program, Safeguarding God’s People. This certification is required to participate in all youth events!
Contact Hannah Flack, 672.4157, with questions. See available dates below:
Sunday, June 25, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Tuesday, July 25,
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Thursday, August 10, 9:00 AM - 12 noon
Sunday, August 20,
1:00 - 4:00 PM 

High School Sunday School: Sundays, 9:30 - 10:15 AM, All Saints Center, 2nd Floor
9th Grade: Room 203

9th Graders will again be watching and discussing the History Channel's "The Bible" series. Youth will watch Bible stories “through live action and cutting-edge computer-generated imagery, offering new insight into famous scenes and iconic characters” (The History Channel). Ben and Mary Horne teach this class.

10th Grade Confirmation: Room 200
We have designed a year-long class to help our 10th graders gain a deeper understanding of the Christian faith, what that means in the Episcopal context, and how youth fit into their tradition. Table Leaders will work closely with 6 - 8 youth to talk, pray, listen, and gain support as they journey through the Confirmation process. Priests and Guest Speakers will teach the class.

11 - 12th Grades: Room 204
Youth will discover what it means to be an adult member of the church community as they explore following Jesus through church leadership and service. The class will emphasize serving Jesus, the church, and others. The class will build upon the promises made in Confirmation, most specifically focusing upon the vow to “seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself.” Students will hear from clergy and lay leaders and they will perform service projects. Holly and Mike Melton and Bob Underwood will facilitate this class.   

Expectations for Youth Behavior
Parents: We want to provide a fun and meaningful experience for all of our youth, Student Leaders, and adult volunteers. Read our Expectations for Youth Behavior here and have a conversation with your teenager about appropriate behavior at youth events. Thank you!

Questions? Contact Hannah Flack, Director of Youth Ministry, 672.4157.